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Haywood Highsmith

Haywood Highsmith

#24SF,
Pts
4.8
Reb
3.8
Ast
0.7
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 5"/220 lbs
Born: Baltimore, Maryland
College: Wheeling (WV)
Draft: Undrafted
  • South Florida Sun Sentinel

    ASK IRA: Is fourth-quarter time off for Jimmy Butler too taxing for Heat?

    Q:The Heat are off for three days. Shortening Jimmy Butler’s time off in the fourth quarter wouldn’t have hurt in Milwaukee. – Douglas. A: The approach of late rest for Jimmy Butler largely has worked in recent weeks, when considering the Heat’s overall success over that span. But I do agree that Saturday night in Milwaukee was an instance where a few more minutes could have been compensated ...

  • South Florida Sun Sentinel

    Ira Winderman: If you insist, possible Heat deals that could make sense at Thursday’s NBA trading deadline

    The exercise ahead of the NBA trading deadline, which this season comes at 3 p.m. Thursday, typically is to get a read on what a team is looking to add. That is what makes the Miami Heat’s position this time around atypical. As much as anything, the starting point likely will be what Pat Riley and Andy Elisburg are looking to shed. With the Heat so hard up against the NBA’s punitive luxury tax ...

  • Hot Hot Hoops

    Antetokounmpo notches triple-double, Bucks outlast Heat 123-115

    The Miami Heat wrapped up a disappointing road trip with a 123-115 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night in a game in which Giannis Antetokounmpo tallied a triple-double with 35 points, 15 rebounds and 11 assists. As they did in their prior losses on this 1-3 road trip, Miami played well in stretches and could have came out of this dogfight with one of their most treasured victories of the season but instead are left with another frustrating loss in yet another close game. Yes, the shorthanded Heat, who were without Kyle Lowry and Victor Oladipo, deserve credit for hanging tough and not giving up against the No. 2 seed in the East, but when the margin of error is razor-thin in these clutch situations, the team is not good enough to consistently win these games. Jimmy Butler had a monster third quarter performance and finished with 32 points for the night but unfortunately had little impact in the game by the time he re-entered in the fourth quarter.